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Early developmental outcomes of children with congenital HHV-6 infection.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25367540

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in Pets: Is HHV-6 the cross-species agent?

"In the early 1990's, I became interested in the roles which domestic animals might play in the transmission of Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS). From the research which I presented in [a] previous paper, it was apparent that CFIDS patients have a substantial interaction with domestic animals. The results of these studies also suggest that many of the animals show signs which the CFIDS patients interpreted as being the same as they were experiencing. While some of the signs the animals demonstrated such as lethargy, weakness, sleep disorders and aggressive behavior could be interpreted as subjective, signs such as seizures, tremors and hind limb dragging were much more overt. Similarly, inflamed gingiva, tooth loss, drooling, diarrhea, leukemias, and tumors were also objective findings."

Source: Glass, R.T. 1998. "Autopsy findings of chronically ill animals of patients with chronic fatigue and immune dysfunction syndrome and autopsy findings of acutely ill animals who receive the agent which produces chronic fatigue and immune dysfunction syndrome." Medical Professional/Persons with CFIDS News 3:1-4.

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Dr. Thomas Glass on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and pets. Did he inadvertently establish the first animal model for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and HHV-6? If the agent responsible for the illness in both people and their pets is HHV-6, we may have definitive proof that HHV-6 is the cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. And that could be just the beginning of the HHV-6 story.

Glass, R. 2000. Abnormal signs found in animals of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome patients: A look at 463 animals. Journal of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 6:73-81.

Glass, R.T. 2000. The human/animal interaction in myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome: A look at 127 patients. Journal of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 6:65-72.

Glass, R.T. 1998. Autopsy findings of chronically ill animals of patients with chronic fatigue and immune dysfunction syndrome and autopsy findings of acutely ill animals who receive the agent which produces chronic fatigue and immune dysfunction syndrome. Medical Professional/Persons with CFIDS News 3:1-4.

Glass, R.T. 1998. The human/animal interaction of chronic fatigue and immune dysfunction syndrome: A look at 127 patients and their 463 animals. Medical Professional/Persons with CFIDS News 3:2-4, 15.

Martin, W.J. and Glass, R.T. 1995. Acute encephalopathy induced in cats with a stealth virus isolated from a patient with chronic fatigue syndrome. Pathobiology 63:115-118.

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